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The First Angel

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Length: 145 pages1 hour

Summary

Nineteen to the Nineteenth power millennium years ago, before there was a universe, before there was a single molecule, before there was Adam, and after God became lonely, God created the angels to keep his company.
Colossians 1:16-7
“For by Him all things were created, both in the heavens and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities—all things have been created by Him and for Him. And He is before all things, and in Him all things hold together.”
God did not create angels as glorified human beings. They are not capable of marriage or reproduce like humans. However, like humans, they have free will and can fall in love.

God made 7,777,777 angels and no new angels are being added to that number.

Since they are angels, they are not killed in the human sense, but destroyed. After they are destroyed, there is no heaven or hell for them to go; they become non-existent, as God had intended. Angels cannot be destroyed by any other of God’s creations except by God and other angels.

Angels can manifest themselves in various living forms like spirits or as “ghosts” or as an animal or come in any living form.

God named his first Angel, Zamariel. Zamariel is extremely loyal to God and he is as powerful as he is kind. Other angels have abundant love for Zamariel second only to God. For all this, God loves him the most.

And for all of this, a rift in heaven was created. For the second angel that God created was named Lucifer.

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